Some incredible records of the Oscar Awards

Some incredible records of the Oscar Awards

Winners of the 92nd Academy Awards (renowned Oscar Awards) are announced on February 9 (Monday morning, according to Pakistani time).

The Oscar Awards are regarded as the greatest honour in the film world, and over nine decades, there are several records that amaze people.

For example, awarding the best movie award in terms of duration from the youngest winner.

It is not known whether these records are retained or not, but there is at least one record that is likely to be equal to the 92nd Academy Awards.

The most Older person to be nominated for an award

christopher palmer

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Actor Christopher Palmer was awarded an Oscar for the film 'Beginners' at the age of 82 and he holds the record for winning the highest award, while also for All the Money in the World at the age of 88 was nominated.

Youngest nomination


In 1979, 8-year-old Justin Henry was nominated for the film Kramer vs Kramer and became the youngest actor to be nominated for an Oscar.

Underage winner

underager winner

In 1974, 10-year-old Tatum O'Neal named the record for the Best Supporting Actress Award for the film Paper Moon.

Most Award-Winning Movies

most award winning

The 3 films have the highest award wins, Ben Hur in 1959, Titanic in 1997 and The Lord of the Rings in 2003: Return of the King, all three of which won 11, eleven awards,

Movies with the highest nominations

highest nomination

The three films have the honour of being nominated in 14 fields, including the 1950s All About Eve, Titanic of 1997 and Lala Land of 2016.

Longest movie

longest movie

The longest film in the history of Oscar, which won the award, is Gone with the Wind, 1939, which lasted 3 hours and 58 minutes.

The highest-Nominated actress

meryl streep

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Meryl Streep was nominated 21 times in the history of the award and 3 times she was able to make it to her name.

Most Award-Winning Personality

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Walt Disney was nominated 59 times and was nominated 22 times, but once again he won 4 awards in a single event.

The first female director


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In 2009, Kathryn Bigelow won the Best Director Award for the film The Hurt Locker, and she was the first female director to do so.


The only adult film to win an Oscar for Best Film

Midnight cow boy

Rated X is the only film from 1969's Midnight Cow Boy to be included in the category, made only for adults and has won the Oscar for Best Film.

Best Film Award-winning sequels


There are only 2 sequels that won the Oscar Award for Best Film, the first Godfather Part 2 of 1974 and 2003 The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King.

Oscar-winning actress working on the life of an Oscar-winning actress


In 2004, Catherine Hepburn played the role of Katharine Hepburn at the Aviator, and she became the first person to be honoured by her role as an Oscar-winning actress.

Most Oscar in Acting


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Katharine Hepburn has the honour of winning the most Oscar awards in acting, she has won the award four times.

Oscar winners after death


Only 2 people received the Oscar Award after death, Heath Ledger for the film The Dark Knight, and Peter Finch for the film network.

Different actors who won awards for the same role


Marlon Brando and Robert De Niro won the Oscar Awards for the same role, and that role belonged to Vito Carloni in the movie Godfather and Godfather 2, if Joaquin Phoenix is ​​to win the Best Actor Award for the movie Joker this year. This will be the second time in Oscar history that two different actors who have played a role have received the honour.


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